This week, Jafari sparked major controversy by going off on a nationalist tirade claiming that Mexican immigrants are setting up "ethnic enclaves" in the U.S. "to break parts of America off back into Mexico."
Jafari began his downward spiral on Sunday by defending congressman Steve King's controversial tweet indicating support of white nationalism.
The Iowa Representative included the offensive remarks with an Islamophobic cartoon, posting on Twitter:
Christina Grimmie's family is making sure her legacy lives on.
As you surely know, the music industry lost a promising star when The Voice alum was fatally shot while signing autographs back in June. However, Christina's loved ones are refusing to let the memory of her fade away as they've since released a music video for the late starlet's song, Invisible.
In case you forgot, Invisible is the lead single off of Grimmie's posthumous album. What makes the release of this vid so bittersweet is that it was dropped just before what would have been the songwriter's 23rd birthday. And it clearly pays tribute to the deceased up-and-comer as the visual features an animated Christina fighting crime like a superhero. The YouTube sensation was known for being a HUGE video game fan.
Alongside the video (below), the Grimmie family wrote:
Who could ever forget Blue's Clues, one of the greatest children's interactive TV shows of all time?!
Steve Burns, who was Steve on the show for so many years before it ended its run a decade ago, is forever synonymous with the show, that unforgettable shirt, the damned blue dog… that show was a phenomenon, OK?? LOLz!!
But now, Mr. Burns has a brand new project, and he's teaming up with another Steve — Steven Drozd of the Flaming Lips, as a matter of fact — on a new set of children's music!!!